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PSoC5 Grbl with Native USB

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

bdring at Buildlog.Net writes: I added native USB support to my PS0C5 port of Grbl. The PSoC has USB capability on the chip. It also has a component for using it as a USB UART (CDC Interface). This means it looks like a serial port to the connected PC and...

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Nickelbot – wooden nickel laser engraver

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

bdring posted an update on NickelBot project we covered previously: The NickelBot is complete and it works great. The goal of the project was to create an easily portable machine that creates low cost items that could be given away at events like Maker Faires. I think it has completely achieved...

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freeSoC PSoC dev board

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

The freeSoC is a Programmable System on Chip (PSoC) based development board currently being developed by Jon Moeller, a student at Texas A & M University. Freesoc uses the PSoC5 chip from Cypress Semiconductors, which is supported by their free, full-featured PSoC Creator IDE. These programmable logic devices are really...

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